“I saw the Skills4Trade course being advertised and thought it would be a great opportunity to find out what the industry could be like to work in. The TAFE training has been presented professionally and the workplace visits have confirmed that I want to find employment within disability care.”
“To me, slow-cooked lamb shoulder would have to be one of the best winter recipes. This recipe is quick and easy and will satisfy your cravings."
“I’ve really enjoyed the WorldSkills experience so far. It’s great to learn new skills and it would be pretty good if I was lucky enough to get to Australia – competing on the other side of the world would be unreal.”
“Rezvan demonstrated a strong commitment to her training from the first day she enrolled at TAFE NSW. This commitment is matched daily at Mitchell Early Learning Centre, where her creativity and passion has seen her quickly become a huge asset to the centre and very popular with the children there.”
“These scholarships are very generous and both the successful students and TAFE NSW are thrilled with the Lions Club of Bathurst Macquarie’s support,” she said. “This financial support will allow Madison and Sierra to continue to study in a career they love, helping them get the skills and experience needed to ensure they’re job-ready.”
Roxanne Streatfield said enrolments were now open for courses on Microsoft products that employers recognise at TAFE NSW, including Intermediate Excel, Intermediate Word and a Statement of Attainment in Advanced Skills in Microsoft Applications.
“A highlight of this position so far has been working with Nine-W on BMW GT3 cars in my hometown at the 2018 Bathurst 12 Hour.”
“TAFE NSW gave me the support, encouragement and hands-on skills I needed to work in the child care industry.”
“Every year TAFE NSW students have the chance to help at the Motorsport Training Centre at Mount Panorama, with drivers and teams in many different classes relying on us to help them with mechanical and bodywork repairs to get them back on the track and racing again.”
“We experienced a huge spike in interest and enrolments in the Certificate III in Carpentry course. This is because students recognise this is a massive growth area and there’s a skills shortage right across NSW."